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CC Bar designed by Freytag Anderson

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Monogram designed by Freytag Anderson for champagne and cocktail bar at Hilton Park Lane, London

Glasgow based design studio Freytag Anderson recently worked with Fraher Architects to develop the brand identity and collateral for Champagne & Cocktails at the Hilton Hotel, 22 Park Lane, London. Based around a monogram, midnight blue colour palette, hand crafted finishes of wood cut and etched glass detail, and both visual and material texture, Freytag Anderson delivered what they describe as a luxurious and old-world aesthetic that is refined and accessible, and works alongside a contemporary interior.

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Fosnavåg Konserthus designed by Heydays

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Animated logo for Fosnavaag Cultural Centre designed by Heydays

Fosnavåg is a city on the island of Bergsøya, situated off the west coast of Norway not far from the Altantic Ocean. It is home to a variety of maritime businesses including fishing, logistics and shipbuilding and now the location of Fosnavaag Cultural Centre, a new concert hall founded by the local community.

The concert hall’s brand identity, designed by Heydays, explores the relationship between Fosnavåg and the Atlantic Ocean – the foundation of local industry and culture – the point at which weathered buildings meet the precise structure of the concert hall, technology and innovation, and the convergence of sea and music through a system that includes dynamic logo and interactive sign, illuminated interior displays, t-shirts, badges and a variety of print collateral.

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The Best of BP&O — February 2015

The-Best-of-BPO-February-2015

February’s highlights included new packaging for Teahouse Exclusives by Peter Schmidt Group, Kurppa Hosk’s brand identity work for carpet manufacturer and distributor Ogeborg, Fuzzco’s work for candle and gift retailer Candlefish, and the visual identity for Eden Project’s Big Lunch Extras designed by Believe In which features illustrative work by Parko Polo. However, there were five projects that really stood out and have made it into BP&O’s Best Of Series, a feature that brings together the most interesting and unusual projects published on the site each month for another opportunity to be seen and shared.

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